Solved Trust Relationship Failure - Win 7 to Server 2003 Domain

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September 23, 2012 at 22:24:12
Specs: Windows 7 Professional, AMD Phenom II X6 1100T
When attempting to log in to a computer (running Windows 7 Professional) here at the office using the network administrator account, I get the error message: "The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed." I wasn't here when this laptop was set up, and so I don't know if any local user accounts were made or what their passwords would be if they were there, so I can't think of any way to log in to the machine and disconnect/reconnect to the domain which is really my only idea on how to fix it. Finding out what would cause this to suddenly start happening would also be nice, but mostly I just need to figure out how to get reconnected so I can get this back up and running. Thanks!

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September 24, 2012 at 01:13:22
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The easiest solution is just to reinstall Windows 7. This time make a note somewhere of the local Administrator password, and don't let the user know it so it can't be changed.

There are various ways of recovering Windows passwords which, as a Network Administrator you should already know or be able to easily find, but obviously we can't give you details on this forum.

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